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What Auto Accident Damages Can a Plaintiff Claim in Small Claims Court?

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Every day in Small Claims Courtrooms across the US, Plaintiffs in car crash claims make a common giant mistake. They fail to ask for all of the auto accident damages the law offers to them. And this means they miss out, because judges can usually only award damages up to the amount the Plaintiff claims in his or her pleadings.

A Plaintiff representing his/her self in a Small Claims auto collision case should prepare in advance a written “Statement of Damages” which lists, and asks for the following categories of damages separately: read more

How to Reject an Auto Insurance Company’s Settlement Offer on an Auto Accident Claim.

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Want to know how to reject an auto insurance company’s settlement offer on an auto accident claim? Here are some attorney tips.

Pretend you are sitting at a red light in your beautiful 64 Impala, Alpine blarin’. Suddenly, some dude talking on a cell phone rear ends you. You know he was talking on the phone because during the impact it flew out of his window, and broke your side mirror.

Hello auto insurance claim.

The back end of your car is crushed, and you suffer 1 week of pain and soreness, miss 3 days of work. Your estimate for repair of your vehicle is $5000, and you want payment for your injury. read more

Tips for Rejecting an Insurance Company’s Settlement Offer on an Auto Accident Claim

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Pretend you are sitting at a red light in your beautiful 64 Impala, Alpine blarin. Suddenly, some dude talking on a cell phone rear ends you. You know he was talking on the phone because during the impact it flew out of his window, and broke your side mirror. Hello auto insurance claim.

The back end of your car is crushed, and you suffer 1 week of pain and soreness, miss 3 days of work. Your estimate for repair of your vehicle is $5000, and you want payment for your injury.

“Dude”, the other driver does have valid auto insurance, so you expect to be paid. read more

Tips for Rejecting an Auto Insurance Company’s Settlement Offer

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Pretend you are sitting at a red light in your beautiful 64 Impala, Alpine blarin. Suddenly, some dude talking on a cell phone rear ends you. You know he was talking on the phone because during the impact it flew out of his window, and broke your side mirror. Hello auto insurance claim.

The back end of your car is crushed, and you suffer 1 week of pain and soreness, miss 3 days of work. Your estimate for repair of your vehicle is $5000, and you want payment for your injury.

“Dude”, the other driver does have valid auto insurance, so you expect to be paid. read more

Plaintiff’s Attorney Tips for Rejecting an Auto Insurance Settlement Offer

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Want free tips from an attorney on how to reject and increase a auto insurance settlement offer? Yes, they are negotiable.

Pretend, for a moment, that you are sitting at a red light in your beautiful 64 Impala, Alpine blarin. Suddenly, some dude talking on a cell phone rear ends you. You know he was talking on the phone because during the impact it flew out of his window, and broke your side mirror. Hello auto insurance claim.

The back end of your car is crushed, and you suffer 1 week of pain and soreness, miss 3 days of work. Your estimate for repair of your vehicle is $5000, and you want payment for your injury. read more

Tips for Rejecting an Auto Insurance Company’s Settlement Offer for Accident

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Pretend you are sitting at a red light in your beautiful 64 Impala, Alpine blarin. Suddenly, some dude talking on a cell phone rear ends you. You know he was talking on the phone because during the impact it flew out of his window, and broke your side mirror. Hello auto insurance claim.

The back end of your car is crushed, and you suffer 1 week of pain and soreness, miss 3 days of work. Your estimate for repair of your vehicle is $5000, and you want payment for your injury.

“Dude”, the other driver does have valid auto insurance, so you expect to be paid.
You consider hiring an attorney and talk to a couple of those personal injury types. They all tell you that you probably have a small claims case. “Do it yourself” is the best free advice you get. read more